GNOME 3.10 Has Been Officially Released

This version introduces a revamped design and new apps

By on September 25th, 2013 18:57 GMT

As expected, the GNOME Project has officially announced the GNOME 3.10 desktop environment a few minutes ago, September 25, 2013, even though the project's packages were available for download for a couple of days now.

GNOME 3.10 introduces a revamped system tray with a unified panel that displays network connection settings, brightness and volume sliders, battery controls, as well as shortcuts for system settings and functions.

GNOME 3.10 also introduces new applications like Maps, Music and a dedicated Software Center tool, from where users will be able to install, uninstall and update GNOME exclusive packages. Initial Wayland support is also available in this release.

If you want to know more about this release of the controversial and powerful GNOME desktop environment, we strongly suggest reading our comprehensive article with the GNOME 3.10 highlights.

Download GNOME 3.10 sources right now from Softpedia.
The new system menu in GNOME 3.10
   The new system menu in GNOME 3.10
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